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Jordan Konyk – Blog 2: Paths and Politics

Continuing my exploration of forms of power in Dhaka, in my second blog I reflect on the idea that our urban journeys, or paths, are far from neutral or mundane. Instead, they reflect deep histories and important political conditions. Comparing paths in Victoria and Dhaka, I argue that how we get around is much more than a simple matter of convenience or logistics – it’s political.

Jordan Konyk – Blog 1: Livability and a City of Life

In my first blog I reflect on how the “livability ranking” of Dhaka rests on privileged assumptions about what a city should be. Comparing this with my experience in Dhaka, I argue for a critical ontology of the city that reaffirms and celebrates the life that sustains the city, instead of criticizing it for the challenges it presents.

Jordan Konyk – Blog 1: Livability and a City of Life

For my first blog I reflect on how the “livability ranking” of Dhaka rests on privileged assumptions about what a city should be. Comparing this with my experience in Dhaka, I argue for a critical ontology of the city that reaffirms and celebrates the life that sustains the city, instead of criticizing it for the challenges it presents.

Yasmine El-Hamamsy – Podcast 1: Interview with Jordan Konyk

For my first podcast I interviewed my fellow CAPI intern, Jordan Konyk, who is headed to Dhaka, Bangladesh for his upcoming placement with the Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit (RMMRU).

Jordan Konyk – Podcast 1: Interview with Yasmine El-Hamamsy

For my first podcast, I interview Yasmine El-Hamamsy, a fellow CAPI intern who is headed to the Malaysian Social Research Institute (MSRI) in Kuala Lumpur about her upcoming placement. 

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